Manchester United are back in the Champions League, so it will be easier for them to lure quality players who would want to participate in Europe's premier competition next season.
One of such players is Mason Mount who's reportedly grown disillusioned with life at Chelsea, with the England international now believed to be preferring a move to Old Trafford over extending his deal with Chelsea.
According to reports, Mount has a belief that United's system under Erik ten Hag "offers the best fit" for him. But then, what he should know is that if he joins the Red Devils, there is no guarantee that he will be a starter in a team that boasts of world-class midfielders like Bruno Fernandes and Eriksen.
It's no secret that Mount has struggled to nail down a permanent starting berth at Chelsea this term, so what makes him think he can displace established starters like Eriksen and Bruno if he moves to Manchester?
With the UEFA European Championship coming up next year, Mount needs to go where he can be playing every week in order to increase his chances of making Gareth Southgate's England squad.
A team like Newcastle who will also play in the UCL next season should be an ideal destination for Mount if he's determined to leave Chelsea.
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